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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Yet Another Quote from The Grand Jihad

Mr. McCarthy, perhaps inadvertently, on why so many Americans have a hard time believing that there are people in government who want to dictate the minutia of our lives:
Ordinary people do not obsess over societal "progress." For the vast majority of us, the personal is not the political. Our attention and passion are reserved for our families, friends, neighborhoods, jobs, and avocations--for living life, not for prescribing how life should be lived. Ordinary people don't eat, sleep, and breathe societal engineering.

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